November 1998 to December 1998
Note: I lost e-mail from about May to October 1998 when
upgrading software programs (Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Outlook Express,
and America Online, etc. and when changing over from my old desktop to new
laptop computers). My old computer died but I hope to get it working again so
that I can reclaim some of the genealogy email.
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If you use Microsoft's Internet Explorer 4 or 5, you can
automatically save you user name and password, Netscape doesn't have this
feature (that I know of). Additionally, it is a good idea to save your user
names and passwords on 3 x 5 cards in an index card file or on a spiral version
of the cards in case your computer crashes, etc. Here are two neat programs, the
first one keep passwords, while the second program has a few more features:
PassKeeper for Windows by Brad Greenlee (Free)
Password Keeper for Windows by Gregory Braun (Free to try, $20
if you decide to keep it.)
Remember that you can use your web browser to
search the contents of any web page for specific words or names
by clicking on "Edit" in the menu bar (in most web browsers), then
"Find" (in most web browsers) and typing in the word or name, then
clicking on "OK" or something equivalent to that word. Happy hunting!
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Subj: trying to locate John H. McClendon, Jr.
Date: 11/14/98 12:57:10 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Mary Gail
I am a resident of Pineville, Louisiana. I am interested in Lottery Analysis programs for the computer. I have several of these programs
for entertainment, mostly. This may be an unusual request, but I would certainly appreciate your
help in locating John H. McClendon, Jr who wrote a lottery program called Wheeling Willie or CashMan. About a year ago, i downloaded a
trial copy of his program from the internet. I would like to register it with him as my trial period has expired. The problem is that I
cannot find him to send money and get the files needed to make the program functional again.
The program was done in 1994. I can no longer find internet sites that have the program available for downloading. I have written snail
mail and sent it to John H. McClendon, Jr. in Conyers, Georgia. Got no response. I have emailed him at his old email address
(email@example.com) and got no
response. I don't know if he has moved or what the problem is, but I would very much appreciate any help
you can give me. I am emailing you from my brother's place in Texas. If you can offer
any assistance in this (people search), please email me back at Malcolml@centuryinter.net.
Thank you very much for your time and I look forward to hearing from
you. If you need additional info from me, please ask.
Malcolm L. Leatherman
P.O. Box 3971
Pineville, Louisiana 71360
Subj: Lon McClendon and Jesse McClendon
Date: 11/16/98 11:52:15 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Judy Scott)
I noticed in your search page of McClendon that you had Lon listed. My
husband's great aunts, 2 sisters married a Lon McClendon and Jess McClendon in 1911 in Montegue Co
TX. There wives were named Lillie L Scott, and Grace F. Scott (Lon's). They got married at
the same time. If you have any information on these McCLENDONs please let me know.
Thank you Judy
Date: 12/10/98 8:15:46 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: email@example.com (James M.
It's been awhile and I have changed internet services at least twice since
I began this research. I am still trying to make some connections in Alabama for my Texas
McCLENDONs. Again, the problem I am having is that the earliest documented facts
I have is the 1870 Cherokee county Texas census. The document shows my gggrand father Daniel and
his wife Margaret as being born in Alabama. It also listed all of their children as being born in Texas. However,
I am being told that the family came to Texas from Alabama in 1870 and if that is the case then some of
their older children could not have been born here. I guess the difficulty lies in not having any other sources to refer to. Well, this was just to
update and give my new internet home.
James M. Smith - searching for McClendons, Givens, Kissentiners and Braggs.
Date: 12/11/98 1:16:47 PM Eastern Standard Time
Hey. My name is Jerrlynn McClendon, 32, from Dayton, Texas. My father is Jerry McClendon from Wichita Falls,
Texas. He is a twin of Johnny McClendon. Unfortunately, I don't know grandpa McClendon's first name.
I can try to find it if y'all are interested. My grandfather had my father and his twin when he was around 65 yrs old with his second
wife (she was part Comanche Indian as well as my gramps I'm told). Hence, the sibs were unhappy and they estranged my father and uncle.
(there is a whole nest of McClendon descendants in Dayton, Texas) I currently live in Bucks County, Pennsylvania (outside of Philadelphia).
My father is still in Houston; unfortunately, uncle Johnny died of leukemia in his early twenties.
My mother is part Chippewa Indian and her maiden name is Poitra. She is
from North Dakota. She lives with me know in PA.
Anyway, I have an aunt in Dayton, Texas named Cleo McClendon (she may be
under married name Green but their divorced) who has a family bible from the 1600's on the McClendon's from the time they came from Ireland.
If anyone is interested, pls e-mail me at Jerri_McClendon@hotmail.com.
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